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    Titanium Mobile: Database Driven Tables with SQLite – Part 2Db
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    Welcome to the second part in our series on database driven Titanium Mobile development. In this tutorial, we will be inserting values int a local SQLite database and reading and writing data to a remote MySQL database. This tutorial will have a lot of code, but I've tried to be as thorough as possible without boring anyone. Bring your questions to the comments sections!Read More…
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    Titanium Mobile: Database Driven Tables with SQLiteDb
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    This tutorial will introduce you to SQLite and database-driven development with Titanium Mobile. Specifically, you will learn to build an application for managing products with a database instead of just the file system.Read More…
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    Titanium Mobile: Displaying Custom FontsCustom font preview
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    In this quick tip tutorial, you will learn how to quickly integrate custom fonts in Titanium Mobile projects. This feature was recently integrated into Titanium for the iPhone SDK and is a great contribution to a custom app theme design. Let's dive in!Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 3Preview
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    Welcome to part three of user authentication using Titanium. Titanium is an open source cross-compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. We will be using PHP as the server side code language, and my database will be MySQL. For this example, I am using MAMP to develop locally. In part three, we will cover adding a new window and passing our database results to it when a user logs in using custom events. This new window will represent your "Logged In" interface. If you haven't already read it, I highly recommend you start with part one.Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 2Preview
    Welcome to part 2 of our 3 part series on user authentication with Titanium Mobile. Titanium is an open source cross compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. No Objective-C required! We will be using PHP as the server side code and my database will be MySQL. For this example, I am using MAMP to develop locally. I strongly recommend that you go through the first part of this series before continuing if you haven't already. However, you can alternatively download the source from part 1, create the database table, and setup the PHP database connections on your own before skipping to this tutorial if you would like.Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 1Preview
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    Welcome to part 1 of 3 in my little series on authenticating users with Titanium. Titanium is an open source cross compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. No Objective-C required! We will be using PHP as the server side language in this tutorial and my database will be MySQL.Read More…
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    Drilldown Navigation with TitaniumTitanium drilldown preview
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    Drilldown menu systems allow the user to select a menu item, view the item's page and then either "dig" deeper, or go back up one level. A perfect example is the Settings app on iOS.Read More…
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    Appcelerator SDK: Creating iPhone TransitionsTransitionspreview
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    The iPhone SDK comes with a variety of native iPhone transitions that can be used in your iPhone applications. The Appcelerator API makes it even easier to implement those transitions in your iPhone application. During the course of this tutorial, you will learn how to implement various transitions and also learn a bit about how to use model view controllers. So, let's begin!Read More…
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    Appcelerator: Using JSON to Build a Twitter ClientAppcelerator 200
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    The Twitter API provides a wealth of resources to extend the functionality of mobile applications. When working with this API, results can be provided in either the XML or JSON data format, and this tutorial will be using the lightweight JSON format to create a Twitter iPhone application that will read the latest tweets by Mobiletuts+. We will see how the Appcelerator SDK makes the development of our application a piece of cake! Read More…
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    Appcelerator SDK: Adding Shake, Toggle, and Random Strings to Fortune CrunchAppcelerator fortunecrunch2 preview
    This tutorial picks up where our Introduction to Cross-Platform Development With Appcelerator tutorial left off. You will refactor the original tutorial code for maintainability and learn how to extend the functionality of the application by causing the cookie to break with the "shake" gesture, toggling the broken/unbroken state, and displaying pseudo-random strings to the end-user. In addition to the Appcelerator SDK, you must have both the iPhone SDK and the Android SDK in order to test your code on both platforms. Read More…
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    Introduction to Cross-Platform Development With AppceleratorAppcelerator icon
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    This tutorial will introduce you to the Appcelerator development process. You will learn the fundamentals of touch-interaction and UI positioning while becoming familiar with the Appcelerator development environment and build process. Your project in this tutorial will be a simple "Fortune Crunch" application like the one built in the "Introduction to iPhone SDK Development" tutorial by Mark Hammonds. You must have both the iPhone SDK and the Android SDK in order to test your code on both platforms. Read More…
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    Titanium - Free & Open-source Cross-platform Development ToolTitanium prev
    Titanium by Appcelerator is one of the best cross-platform solutions for iPhone, iPad and Android development. We'll be publishing detailed tutorials on how to use Titanium, so make sure to download your copy now. From the website: "You’ve got the ideas, now you’ve got the power. Titanium translates your hard won web skills into native applications that perform and look just like they were written in Objective-C [iPhone] or Java [Android]. With over 300 APIs, a thriving developer community6, and the support you need, you can build applications that are more social, local, media rich, interactive, and extensible."Read More…
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